The only licensed game of the UEFA European Soccer Championship, UEFA Euro 2008 follows the 16-team tournament held in Austria and Switzerland throughout the month of June. UEFA Euro 2008 As in the real-life competition, 16 qualifying teams are equally divided among four groups. UEFA Euro 2008 XB360 New for 2008 is a knockout stage that separates groups A and B from groups C and D until the finals. In the quarterfinals, the winner of each group will compete against the runner-up from the second group. Match winners then advance to the semifinals to determine which two teams vie for the championship.
UEFA Euro 2008 uses EA Canada's FIFA engine for its 3D presentation. Included are more than 50 European national teams, with realistically modeled players and stadiums. Notable play modes include "Captain Your Country" and "Battle of Nations." The former involves trying to lead a country to victory by calling the shots on the pitch. ...See Full Description
Perform signature celebrations with star athletes, such as Peter Crouch's version of "The Robot"
Compete online against players from around the world
COMPLETE CONTROLS : ATTACKING DRIBBLING Left Thumbstick = move player, jog Right Trigger (Pull and Hold) = sprint Left Thumbstick (Release) + Right Trigger (Pull) = stop ball Left Thumbstick (Release) + Left Bumper = stop ball (facing the goal) Left Trigger (Pull) = pace control Left Bumper = trigger player run Right Thumbstick = knock on (while sprinting) Right Thumbstick + Left Trigger (Pull) = tricks SHOOTING B Button = shot, header Right Bumper + B Button = finesse shot Left Bumper + B Button = chip shot PASSING A Button = short pass, header X Button = long pass Y Button = through pass Left Bumper + Y Button = lobbed through pass Left Bumper + A Button = pass and run (player runs forward after passing) Left Bumper + A Button (Double Tap) = one-two pass (ground) Left Thumbstick = choose direction of pass or cross